Social media users have kicked against Shatta Wale’s comments on #FixTheCountry campaigners calling them “educated fools and disappointed graduates.”
According to the “Melissa” hit maker the youth campaigning for a fixed-country should rather fix themselves. He subsequently described them as, “cheap thinkers”.
He added that shouting, ‘fix the country” on social media while Ghanaians are killed on the streets will not produce any desired change.
You are there watching bullets enter people’s children and you still screaming fix the country ..
Let’s stop this it won’t end well ..
I DONT WANT NO WAR !!! #AYOO
— SHATTA WALE (@shattawalegh) June 30, 2021
But these comments from “confused and inconsistent’’ Shatta wale have not been received lightly by scores on social media.
Those who do not agree with the comment contend that the artiste has no basis to criticise the medium used by Ghanaians to demand accountability.
No matter what happens there are people who will not sit aloof and watch what’s going on in this country without hitting the street and demanding for accountability from our leaders,these people are the real heroes not shatta wale nor criss wadle who are afraid to die and leave
— MAD KING 🤴 (@HaardNipples) June 30, 2021
— Don SarkCess ⚡️📸 (@Kwesi_Picasso) June 30, 2021
Shatta Wale is consistently inconsistent and a super confused character. He has no principles.
— Sadiq Abdulai Abu (@sadiqabdulaiabu) June 30, 2021
When Omar Sterling said this he was referring to Shatta Wale. pic.twitter.com/SXK7SjEPQa
— Don🇬🇭 (@Opresii) June 30, 2021
I don't know the instrument Arnold used to detect the inconsistency of Shatta Wale. Whatever brains he used I need some pic.twitter.com/36bHl97aLV
— Bra Poly 🇬🇭🇬😎 (@PolySarkcess) June 30, 2021
In some years to come, Nobody will regard Shatta Wale as an artist in Ghana.
— ADOFO ASA ™📸🇬🇭 (@_adofoasa__) June 30, 2021
By Afia Owusu/Myxyzonline.com|Ghana